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Question 1 of 100
1. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningPencil : Lead : : ?
Correct
Explanation:
Like lead is a part of pencil, same way student is a part of class.Incorrect
Explanation:
Like lead is a part of pencil, same way student is a part of class. 
Question 2 of 100
2. Question
2 pointsCategory: Reasoning25 : 54 : : 47 : ?
Correct
Explanation:
25 = 2^2 + 5^2 + 25
47 = 4^2 + 7^2 + 47Incorrect
Explanation:
25 = 2^2 + 5^2 + 25
47 = 4^2 + 7^2 + 47 
Question 3 of 100
3. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningBDH : OPU : : FPB : ?
Correct
Explanation:
B+13 = O, D+12 = P H+13 = U
Find the same pattern for FPB, + 9, +8, +9 gives OXKIncorrect
Explanation:
B+13 = O, D+12 = P H+13 = U
Find the same pattern for FPB, + 9, +8, +9 gives OXK 
Question 4 of 100
4. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (46): Find the off one out:
Correct
Explanation:
All except director invests money.Incorrect
Explanation:
All except director invests money. 
Question 5 of 100
5. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (46): Find the off one out:
Correct
Explanation:
In others, first is the unit to measure second.Incorrect
Explanation:
In others, first is the unit to measure second. 
Question 6 of 100
6. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (46): Find the off one out:
Correct
Explanation:
Product of all other numbers forms a perfect square.Incorrect
Explanation:
Product of all other numbers forms a perfect square. 
Question 7 of 100
7. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhich one of the given responses would be a meaningful order of the following words?
A. Index B. Contents C. Title D. Chapters E. IntroductionCorrect
Incorrect

Question 8 of 100
8. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningA piece of paper if folded and cut as shown below in the question figures. From the given answer figures, indicate how it will appear when opened?
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Incorrect

Question 9 of 100
9. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningThere are two dots placed in the question figure. Find out the answer figure which has the possibility of placing the dots satisfying the same condition as in the question figure.
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Explanation:
1 dot in square and triangle. One dot in triangle n circle, so only 3rd figure can have these 2 dotsIncorrect
Explanation:
1 dot in square and triangle. One dot in triangle n circle, so only 3rd figure can have these 2 dots 
Question 10 of 100
10. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningA word is represented by only one set of numbers as give in any one of the alternatives. The sets of numbers in the alternatives are represented by two classes of alphabets as in two matrices given below. The columns and rows of matrix I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of matrix II are numbered from 5 to 9. A letter from these matrices can be represented first by its row and next by its column, e.g. M can be represented by 56, 68, etc. and A can be represented by 01, 14, etc. Similarly you have to identify the set for the word ‘NATURE’.
Correct
Explanation:
Check all options, only in C option all letters match with the numbers.Incorrect
Explanation:
Check all options, only in C option all letters match with the numbers. 
Question 11 of 100
11. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningA cube on which numbers are written is unfolded, it is now appearing as shown in figure below. When it will be again folded back to original, which number will be opposite 6?
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Explanation:
1 opposite 3, 2 opposite 5, and 4 opposite 6Incorrect
Explanation:
1 opposite 3, 2 opposite 5, and 4 opposite 6 
Question 12 of 100
12. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningA cat runs 20 m towards East, then turns to right, runs 10 m and turns right again. Now she runs 9 m and now turns to left, runs 5 m and then turns to left again. Now he runs 12 m and finally turns to left and runs 6 m. Now in which direction is cat with respects to her starting position?
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Explanation:
Incorrect
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Question 13 of 100
13. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhich of the answer figures will complete the question figure?
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Incorrect

Question 14 of 100
14. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1415): Read the following and answer accordingly.
A, B, C, D, E and F are 6 members in a family. B who is a male couples with D. A is the only son of E who is a brother of B. D is the daughterinlaw of C. F is the sister of A.How is F related to E?
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Explanation:
A is the son of E and F sister of A, So F is daughter of E.Incorrect
Explanation:
A is the son of E and F sister of A, So F is daughter of E. 
Question 15 of 100
15. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1415): Read the following and answer accordingly.
A, B, C, D, E and F are 6 members in a family. B who is a male couples with D. A is the only son of E who is a brother of B. D is the daughterinlaw of C. F is the sister of A.How many male members are there in the family?
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Explanation:
Gender of C is unknownIncorrect
Explanation:
Gender of C is unknown 
Question 16 of 100
16. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatements: All A are B. All A are C. Some B are D. No E is C. Some E are F.
Conclusions:
I. All E are B is a possibility.
II. All F are A is a possibility.Correct
Explanation:
Incorrect
Explanation:

Question 17 of 100
17. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningRead the following information carefully and answer the question:
Last year after the admission session got over, a large number of engineering seats in the colleges remained vacant.
Which of the following may be the cause of the above effect?Correct
Explanation:
economic slowdown can be one of the probable reason or cause for the vacant seatsIncorrect
Explanation:
economic slowdown can be one of the probable reason or cause for the vacant seats 
Question 18 of 100
18. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn the following figure which number represents the relationship between Factory, Product and Machinery?
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Explanation:
Machinery and product are entirely different. Both are present in factory.Incorrect
Explanation:
Machinery and product are entirely different. Both are present in factory. 
Question 19 of 100
19. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a certain code ‘SAT’ is coded as 95, ‘CAT’ is coded as 15, then MAT is coded as
Correct
Explanation:
SAT – S = 19 so 19*5 = 95
CAT – C = 3 so 3*5 = 15
MAT – M = 13 so 13*5 = 65Incorrect
Explanation:
SAT – S = 19 so 19*5 = 95
CAT – C = 3 so 3*5 = 15
MAT – M = 13 so 13*5 = 65 
Question 20 of 100
20. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a certain code language, EQUATION is written as DRTZUHNO, then how is ALZEBRA written in that code?
Correct
Explanation:
Each vowel replaced by previous letter, and each consonant by next letter.Incorrect
Explanation:
Each vowel replaced by previous letter, and each consonant by next letter. 
Question 21 of 100
21. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (2123): Find the missing number from the given responses:
Correct
Explanation:
12 * (14/2) = 84
10 * (18/2) = 90
14 * (16/2) = 112Incorrect
Explanation:
12 * (14/2) = 84
10 * (18/2) = 90
14 * (16/2) = 112 
Question 22 of 100
22. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (2123): Find the missing number from the given responses:
Correct
Explanation:
In 1st row, 4*6 = 24, 24+0 = 24, JKL (consecutive)
In 2nd row, 6*8 = 48, 48+2 = 50, CEG (alternate)
In 3rd row, 9*7 = 63, 63+4 = 67, MPS (leaving 2 letters)Incorrect
Explanation:
In 1st row, 4*6 = 24, 24+0 = 24, JKL (consecutive)
In 2nd row, 6*8 = 48, 48+2 = 50, CEG (alternate)
In 3rd row, 9*7 = 63, 63+4 = 67, MPS (leaving 2 letters) 
Question 23 of 100
23. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (2123): Find the missing number from the given responses:
Correct
Explanation:
1*1 = 1, 2*3 = 6, 1+6 = 7
5*3 = 15, 7*2 = 14, 15+14 = 29
3*4 = 12, 6*4 = 24, 12+24Incorrect
Explanation:
1*1 = 1, 2*3 = 6, 1+6 = 7
5*3 = 15, 7*2 = 14, 15+14 = 29
3*4 = 12, 6*4 = 24, 12+24 
Question 24 of 100
24. Question
2 pointsCategory: Reasoning0, 2, 8, 14, 24, ?
Correct
Explanation:
1^2 – 1, 2^2 – 2, 3^2 – 1, 4^2 – 2, 5^2 – 1, 6^2 – 2Incorrect
Explanation:
1^2 – 1, 2^2 – 2, 3^2 – 1, 4^2 – 2, 5^2 – 1, 6^2 – 2 
Question 25 of 100
25. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhich one of the answer figures in hidden in the given question figure?
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Explanation:
Incorrect
Explanation:

Question 26 of 100
26. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhich of the following is a land locked states in India?
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Explanation:
Landlocked States in India are: Arunanchal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhatisgarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh and UttarakhandIncorrect
Explanation:
Landlocked States in India are: Arunanchal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhatisgarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand 
Question 27 of 100
27. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKDhanbad is known as
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Explanation:
Dhanbad is famous for its coal mining, has some of the largest mines in India and is called Coal Capital of IndiaIncorrect
Explanation:
Dhanbad is famous for its coal mining, has some of the largest mines in India and is called Coal Capital of India 
Question 28 of 100
28. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GK………………….. is called as ‘Police Force’ of the human body ?
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Explanation:
Leukocyte, also known as white blood cells .It act as the police force of human bodyIncorrect
Explanation:
Leukocyte, also known as white blood cells .It act as the police force of human body 
Question 29 of 100
29. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKFermentation of milk to curd is due to the presence of
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Explanation:
Milk is converted into curd by the process of fermentation. When milk is heated and little curd is added the – the curd containing Lactobacillus multiplies in milk and thus milk is converted into curd.Incorrect
Explanation:
Milk is converted into curd by the process of fermentation. When milk is heated and little curd is added the – the curd containing Lactobacillus multiplies in milk and thus milk is converted into curd. 
Question 30 of 100
30. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKIn an astronomical telescope the objective lens is ………….
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Explanation:
Astronomical telescope consists of two convex lensesIncorrect
Explanation:
Astronomical telescope consists of two convex lenses 
Question 31 of 100
31. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKOpen Market Operation is used in which sector of economy ?
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Explanation:
Open market operations (OMO) refers to the buying and selling of government securities in the open market in order to expand or contract the amount of money in the banking system, facilitated by the Federal Reserve (Fed).Incorrect
Explanation:
Open market operations (OMO) refers to the buying and selling of government securities in the open market in order to expand or contract the amount of money in the banking system, facilitated by the Federal Reserve (Fed). 
Question 32 of 100
32. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKBibi ka Maqbara similar to Taj Mahal was built by
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Explanation:
The Bibi Ka Maqbara is a maqbara located in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. It was built by Azam Shah, son of Aurangzeb, in 1678 in memory of his mother, Dilras Banu BegumIncorrect
Explanation:
The Bibi Ka Maqbara is a maqbara located in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. It was built by Azam Shah, son of Aurangzeb, in 1678 in memory of his mother, Dilras Banu Begum 
Question 33 of 100
33. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWho was the British Prime Minister at the time of the Revolt of 1857?
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Explanation:
Lord Palmerston was the British Prime Minister at the time of the Revolt of 1857Incorrect
Explanation:
Lord Palmerston was the British Prime Minister at the time of the Revolt of 1857 
Question 34 of 100
34. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GK…………………………. Was regarded as the ‘Father of Modern Western Education in India’
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Explanation:
Lord William Bentinck who was not only a social reformer but also known as “Maker of Modern India” or “Father of Modern India”Incorrect
Explanation:
Lord William Bentinck who was not only a social reformer but also known as “Maker of Modern India” or “Father of Modern India” 
Question 35 of 100
35. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKAnnu Rani is related to which of the following sports?
Correct
Explanation:
Javeline thrower Annu Rani, the Incheon Asian Games bronze medalist, has snapped her own national record with a massive 59.87m throw at the recentlyconcluded 56th National interstate Senior Athletics Championships.Incorrect
Explanation:
Javeline thrower Annu Rani, the Incheon Asian Games bronze medalist, has snapped her own national record with a massive 59.87m throw at the recentlyconcluded 56th National interstate Senior Athletics Championships. 
Question 36 of 100
36. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhich planet is also called as ‘ Lord of Heavens’ ?
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Explanation:
Jupiter, because it is named after the Roman God Jupiter, who was “Lord of the Heavens.”Incorrect
Explanation:
Jupiter, because it is named after the Roman God Jupiter, who was “Lord of the Heavens.” 
Question 37 of 100
37. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKEconomic Growth refers to
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Explanation:
Economic growth is the increase in the inflationadjusted market value of the goods and services produced by an economy over time. It is conventionally measured as the percent rate of increase in real gross domestic product, or real GDP, usually in per capita termsIncorrect
Explanation:
Economic growth is the increase in the inflationadjusted market value of the goods and services produced by an economy over time. It is conventionally measured as the percent rate of increase in real gross domestic product, or real GDP, usually in per capita terms 
Question 38 of 100
38. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKBusiness, Transport, telecommunication, banking, insurance, real estate, community and personal services are ……………….. sectors of Indian Economy.
Correct
Explanation:
The tertiary sector of the economy (also known as the service sector or the service industry) is one of the three economic sectors, the others being the secondary sector.
(approximately the same as manufacturing) and the primary sector (agriculture, fishing, and extraction such as mining).Incorrect
Explanation:
The tertiary sector of the economy (also known as the service sector or the service industry) is one of the three economic sectors, the others being the secondary sector.
(approximately the same as manufacturing) and the primary sector (agriculture, fishing, and extraction such as mining). 
Question 39 of 100
39. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhich material was mainly used in the mining of Harappan coin?
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Explanation:
Terecotta was mainly used in the mining of Harappan coinIncorrect
Explanation:
Terecotta was mainly used in the mining of Harappan coin 
Question 40 of 100
40. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GK……………………….. river is the deity river in the Rigveda
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Explanation:
The Rigveda is an ancient Indian collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns. It is one of the four canonical sacred texts of Hinduism known as the Vedas. The text is a collection of 1,028 hymns and 10,600 verses, organized into ten books (Mandalas).The hymns are dedicated to Rigvedic deities.The Rigveda begins with a small book addressed to deity Agni, Indra and other gods.Incorrect
Explanation:
The Rigveda is an ancient Indian collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns. It is one of the four canonical sacred texts of Hinduism known as the Vedas. The text is a collection of 1,028 hymns and 10,600 verses, organized into ten books (Mandalas).The hymns are dedicated to Rigvedic deities.The Rigveda begins with a small book addressed to deity Agni, Indra and other gods. 
Question 41 of 100
41. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GK“Raslila” is a folk dance in which of the following states?
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Incorrect

Question 42 of 100
42. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWho was the first woman judge of the Supreme Court?
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Incorrect

Question 43 of 100
43. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKIn email, BCC stands for ________
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Incorrect

Question 44 of 100
44. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWho discovered Electric Iron?
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Incorrect

Question 45 of 100
45. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhich film won the best picture award in 17th International Indian Film Academy Awards?
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Explanation:
The Best Picture Award award is won by the movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan. The casts of the film are Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor , Harshali Malhotra and others which is directed by famous director Kabir Khan.Incorrect
Explanation:
The Best Picture Award award is won by the movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan. The casts of the film are Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor , Harshali Malhotra and others which is directed by famous director Kabir Khan. 
Question 46 of 100
46. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhich Government has decided to celebrate the 21st day of every month as Yoga day across all schools, colleges and universities?
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Explanation:
The Maharashtra government has decided to celebrate the 21st day of every month as Yoga Day across all schools, colleges and universities in the State.Incorrect
Explanation:
The Maharashtra government has decided to celebrate the 21st day of every month as Yoga Day across all schools, colleges and universities in the State. 
Question 47 of 100
47. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKKalinga Award is related to which of the following field?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 48 of 100
48. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhich five year plan recognized human development efforts?
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Explanation:
8th Five year plan recognized human development efforts as the core of all development efforts.Incorrect
Explanation:
8th Five year plan recognized human development efforts as the core of all development efforts. 
Question 49 of 100
49. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKNational Development Council (NDC) is a …………………….
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Explanation:
The National Development Council (NDC) was established in August 1952 by an executive resolution of the Government of India on the recommendation of the first five year plan. Like the Planning Commission, it is neither a constitutional body nor a statutory body.Incorrect
Explanation:
The National Development Council (NDC) was established in August 1952 by an executive resolution of the Government of India on the recommendation of the first five year plan. Like the Planning Commission, it is neither a constitutional body nor a statutory body. 
Question 50 of 100
50. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWho founded the Atmiya Sabha in Kolkata ?
Correct
Explanation:
Atmiya Sabha was a philosophical discussion circle in India. The association was started by Ram Mohan Roy in 1815 in Kolkata (then Calcutta).Incorrect
Explanation:
Atmiya Sabha was a philosophical discussion circle in India. The association was started by Ram Mohan Roy in 1815 in Kolkata (then Calcutta). 
Question 51 of 100
51. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA and B are centres of the two circles whose radii are 7 cm and 3 cm respectively. The direct common tangents to the circles meet AB extended at P. Then P divides AB in the ratio
Correct
Explanation:
∆BDP is similar to ∆PAC
So AC/BD = AP/BP = 7/3Incorrect
Explanation:
∆BDP is similar to ∆PAC
So AC/BD = AP/BP = 7/3 
Question 52 of 100
52. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIf a, b, c are real numbers and a^{3} + b^{3} + c^{3} = 3abc and a+b+c ≠0, then the relation between a, b, and c is
Correct
Explanation:
a^{3} + b^{3} + c^{3} – 3abc = 0
so (a+b+c) (a^{2} + b^{2} + c^{2} – ab – bc – ca) = 0
1/2 (a+b+c) (2a^{2} + 2b^{2} + 2c^{2} – 2ab – 2bc – 2ca) = 0
So 1/2 (a+b+c) [(ab)^{2} + (bc)^{2} + (ca)^{2}] = 0
Now since (a+b+c) ≠ 0.
So (ab)^{2} + (bc)^{2} + (ca)^{2} = 0
So (ab)^{2} = 0, (bc)^{2} = 0 and (ca)^{2} = 0
So a = b, b = c, c = a, or a = b = cIncorrect
Explanation:
a^{3} + b^{3} + c^{3} – 3abc = 0
so (a+b+c) (a^{2} + b^{2} + c^{2} – ab – bc – ca) = 0
1/2 (a+b+c) (2a^{2} + 2b^{2} + 2c^{2} – 2ab – 2bc – 2ca) = 0
So 1/2 (a+b+c) [(ab)^{2} + (bc)^{2} + (ca)^{2}] = 0
Now since (a+b+c) ≠ 0.
So (ab)^{2} + (bc)^{2} + (ca)^{2} = 0
So (ab)^{2} = 0, (bc)^{2} = 0 and (ca)^{2} = 0
So a = b, b = c, c = a, or a = b = c 
Question 53 of 100
53. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn a quadrilateral ABCD, with unequal sides if the diagonals AC and BD intersect at right angles, then
Correct
Explanation:
OB^{2} + OC^{2} = BC^{2}
OC^{2} + OD^{2} = CD^{2}
OD^{2} + OA^{2} = AD^{2}
OA^{2} + OB^{2} = AB^{2}
So AB^{2} + BC^{2} + CD^{2} + DA^{2} = 2(OB^{2} + OC^{2} + OD^{2} + OA^{2})
So AB^{2} + BC^{2} + CD^{2} + DA^{2} = 2(AB^{2} + CD^{2})
OR AB^{2} + CD^{2} = BC^{2} + DA^{2}Incorrect
Explanation:
OB^{2} + OC^{2} = BC^{2}
OC^{2} + OD^{2} = CD^{2}
OD^{2} + OA^{2} = AD^{2}
OA^{2} + OB^{2} = AB^{2}
So AB^{2} + BC^{2} + CD^{2} + DA^{2} = 2(OB^{2} + OC^{2} + OD^{2} + OA^{2})
So AB^{2} + BC^{2} + CD^{2} + DA^{2} = 2(AB^{2} + CD^{2})
OR AB^{2} + CD^{2} = BC^{2} + DA^{2} 
Question 54 of 100
54. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe top of a 24 m high tower makes an angle of elevation of 45 degrees with the bottom of an electric pole and angle of elevation of 30 degrees with the top of the pole. Find the height of the electric pole.
Correct
Explanation:
AB/BC = tan 45 = 1, so AC = AB = 24
Now BE/DE = tan30 = 1/√3, so DE = √3(24h)
AC = DE, so 24 = √3(24h)
Solve for hIncorrect
Explanation:
AB/BC = tan 45 = 1, so AC = AB = 24
Now BE/DE = tan30 = 1/√3, so DE = √3(24h)
AC = DE, so 24 = √3(24h)
Solve for h 
Question 55 of 100
55. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeFind the smallest multiple of 9 that leaves the remainder 11 when divided by 25.
Correct
Explanation:
Let
9x = 25 n + 11
Now 25n + 15 = 27n – 2n + 9 + 2 = (27n+9) – (2n2)
18n+9 is a multiple of 9, so 2n2 should be zero
2n2 = 0, so n = 1
So smallest number = 25*1 + 11 = 36Incorrect
Explanation:
Let
9x = 25 n + 11
Now 25n + 15 = 27n – 2n + 9 + 2 = (27n+9) – (2n2)
18n+9 is a multiple of 9, so 2n2 should be zero
2n2 = 0, so n = 1
So smallest number = 25*1 + 11 = 36 
Question 56 of 100
56. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe average of x numbers if y and that of y numbers is x. Find the average of all the numbers.
Correct
Explanation:
Sum of x numbers = xy and sum of y numbers = xy
So average of (x+y) numbers = (xy+xy)/(x+y) = 2xy/(x+y)Incorrect
Explanation:
Sum of x numbers = xy and sum of y numbers = xy
So average of (x+y) numbers = (xy+xy)/(x+y) = 2xy/(x+y) 
Question 57 of 100
57. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA well having dimensions as 10 m deep and 14 m inside diameter is dug. If the earth taken out of it is evenly spread all around the well itself up to a width of 21 m, then what will be the height of the embankment made with earth dug out?
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Explanation:
Vol of earth dug out = 22/7 * 7 * 7 * 10 = 1540 cu m
Area of embankment = 22/7 [28^2 – 7^2] = 2310 sq. m
So height of embankment = 1540/2310Incorrect
Explanation:
Vol of earth dug out = 22/7 * 7 * 7 * 10 = 1540 cu m
Area of embankment = 22/7 [28^2 – 7^2] = 2310 sq. m
So height of embankment = 1540/2310 
Question 58 of 100
58. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (58 – 61): Study the following bar graph and answer following questions:
The bar graph shows the demand (in tonnes) and production (in tonnes) of company ABC in different years.
Find the ratio of number of years having more demand than production to number of years having more production than demand.
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Explanation:
In 2011, 2013 and 2015, demand is more
In 2012 and 2014, production is more.Incorrect
Explanation:
In 2011, 2013 and 2015, demand is more
In 2012 and 2014, production is more. 
Question 59 of 100
59. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (58 – 61): Study the following bar graph and answer following questions:
The bar graph shows the demand (in tonnes) and production (in tonnes) of company ABC in different years.
What is the difference between average demand and average production for the 5 years taken together?
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Explanation:
Req difference = (3000+600+2400+1200+3300)/5 – (1500+1800+900+2700+1500)/5Incorrect
Explanation:
Req difference = (3000+600+2400+1200+3300)/5 – (1500+1800+900+2700+1500)/5 
Question 60 of 100
60. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (58 – 61): Study the following bar graph and answer following questions:
The bar graph shows the demand (in tonnes) and production (in tonnes) of company ABC in different years.
The production in year 2014 is what percent greater than the production in year 2011
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Explanation:
(27001500)/1500 * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
(27001500)/1500 * 100 
Question 61 of 100
61. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (58 – 61): Study the following bar graph and answer following questions:
The bar graph shows the demand (in tonnes) and production (in tonnes) of company ABC in different years.
The demand in year 2012 is what percent of the demand in the year 2013?
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Explanation:
600/2400 * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
600/2400 * 100 
Question 62 of 100
62. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIf m + 1/(m4) = 9, then find the value of (m4)^{2} + 1/(m4)^{2}
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Explanation:
m + 1/(m4) = 9
so m – 4 + 1/(m4) = 9 – 4
(m4) + 1/(m4) = 5
Square both sides
(m4)^2 + 1/(m4)^2 + 2 = 25
So (m4)^{2} + 1/(m4)^{2} = 25 – 2Incorrect
Explanation:
m + 1/(m4) = 9
so m – 4 + 1/(m4) = 9 – 4
(m4) + 1/(m4) = 5
Square both sides
(m4)^2 + 1/(m4)^2 + 2 = 25
So (m4)^{2} + 1/(m4)^{2} = 25 – 2 
Question 63 of 100
63. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIf x varies inversely as (y^{2} +2) and has value 4 when y = 2. What is the value of x when y = 1?
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Explanation:
x varies as 1/(y^{2} +2)
or x = k/(y^{2} +2)
4 = k/(2^2 + 2), so k = 24
So x = 24/(1^2 + 2) = 8Incorrect
Explanation:
x varies as 1/(y^{2} +2)
or x = k/(y^{2} +2)
4 = k/(2^2 + 2), so k = 24
So x = 24/(1^2 + 2) = 8 
Question 64 of 100
64. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIf u_{n} = cos^{n}ɸ + sin^{n}ɸ, then the value of 2u_{6} – 3u_{4} + 5 is
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Explanation:
u_{6} = cos^{6}ɸ + sin^{6}ɸ
= (cos^{2}ɸ) ^{3} + (sin^{2}ɸ) ^{3}
= (cos^{2}ɸ + sin^{2}ɸ) ^{3} – 3 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ (cos^{2}ɸ + sin^{2}ɸ)
= 1 – 3 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ
Now: u_{4} = cos^{4}ɸ + sin^{4}ɸ
= (cos^{2}ɸ) ^{2} + (sin^{2}ɸ) ^{2}
= (cos^{2}ɸ + sin^{2}ɸ) ^{2} – 2 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ
= 1 – 2 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ
So 2 u_{6} – 3 u_{4} + 5
= 2(1 – 3 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ) – 3(1 – 2 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ) + 5
= 2 – 3 + 5Incorrect
Explanation:
u_{6} = cos^{6}ɸ + sin^{6}ɸ
= (cos^{2}ɸ) ^{3} + (sin^{2}ɸ) ^{3}
= (cos^{2}ɸ + sin^{2}ɸ) ^{3} – 3 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ (cos^{2}ɸ + sin^{2}ɸ)
= 1 – 3 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ
Now: u_{4} = cos^{4}ɸ + sin^{4}ɸ
= (cos^{2}ɸ) ^{2} + (sin^{2}ɸ) ^{2}
= (cos^{2}ɸ + sin^{2}ɸ) ^{2} – 2 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ
= 1 – 2 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ
So 2 u_{6} – 3 u_{4} + 5
= 2(1 – 3 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ) – 3(1 – 2 cos^{2}ɸ. sin^{2}ɸ) + 5
= 2 – 3 + 5 
Question 65 of 100
65. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeFind the maximum value of 6 sin^{2}ɸ + 5 cos^{2}ɸ
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Explanation:
Compare with – a sin^{2}ɸ + b cos^{2}ɸ
If a > b, Maximum value = a and Minimum value = b
If a < b, Maximum value = b and Minimum value = a So max value = 6 hereIncorrect
Explanation:
Compare with – a sin^{2}ɸ + b cos^{2}ɸ
If a > b, Maximum value = a and Minimum value = b
If a < b, Maximum value = b and Minimum value = a So max value = 6 here 
Question 66 of 100
66. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeRs 2600 is lent in parts. 1st part at 5% per annum for 5 years and the remaining at 3% per annum for 9 years. If after the respective times, both interests come out to be equal, what is the difference in both the parts lent?
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Explanation:
Shortcut:
1/r1t1 : 1/r2t2 when interest are equal
So 1/5*5 : 1/3*9 = 27 : 25
So difference = 2/52 * 2600Incorrect
Explanation:
Shortcut:
1/r1t1 : 1/r2t2 when interest are equal
So 1/5*5 : 1/3*9 = 27 : 25
So difference = 2/52 * 2600 
Question 67 of 100
67. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhen a person travels at 10 km/hr, he reaches a certain destination at 5 PM. And when he travels at 16 km/hr, he reaches a certain destination at 2 PM. At what speed must he travel to reach at 3 PM at the same destination?
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Explanation:
Same distance, different speeds and difference in timings as 5 Pm – 2 PM = 3 hrs
So distance = (16*10/(1610)) * 3 = 80 km
This means when he reached at 5 PM, he took 80/10 = 8 hrs
Now he has to reach at 3 PM, i.e in 6 hrs, so speed = 80/6 km/hrIncorrect
Explanation:
Same distance, different speeds and difference in timings as 5 Pm – 2 PM = 3 hrs
So distance = (16*10/(1610)) * 3 = 80 km
This means when he reached at 5 PM, he took 80/10 = 8 hrs
Now he has to reach at 3 PM, i.e in 6 hrs, so speed = 80/6 km/hr 
Question 68 of 100
68. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude2 men, 3 women and 5 children together can complete a work in 4 days. 4 men and 10 children together do work in 3 days. 3 women and 25 children together complete work in 12/5 days. In how many days can 4 men together complete the job?
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Explanation:
4m + 10c in 3 days, so 2m + 5c in 6 days
2m + 3w + 5c in 4 days, so 3w in 1/4 – 1/6 = 1/12 so 12 days
3m + 25c in 12/5 days, so 25c in 5/12 – 1/12 = 1/3 so 3 days
25 c in 3 days, so 5 c in 5*3 = 15 days
2m + 3w + 5c in 4 days, so 2m in 1/4 – 1/12 – 1/15 = 1/10 so 10 days, so 4 men in 5 daysIncorrect
Explanation:
4m + 10c in 3 days, so 2m + 5c in 6 days
2m + 3w + 5c in 4 days, so 3w in 1/4 – 1/6 = 1/12 so 12 days
3m + 25c in 12/5 days, so 25c in 5/12 – 1/12 = 1/3 so 3 days
25 c in 3 days, so 5 c in 5*3 = 15 days
2m + 3w + 5c in 4 days, so 2m in 1/4 – 1/12 – 1/15 = 1/10 so 10 days, so 4 men in 5 days 
Question 69 of 100
69. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA and B have their salaries in the ratio 4 : 5. They spend in the ratio 3 : 4. If both of them save Rs 5000, what is the difference in their salaries?
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Explanation:
4x and 5x
3y and 4y
So 4x – 3y = 5000
And 5x – 4y = 5000
Solve both equations, x = 5000, so diff in salaries = 5x – 4x = x = 5000Incorrect
Explanation:
4x and 5x
3y and 4y
So 4x – 3y = 5000
And 5x – 4y = 5000
Solve both equations, x = 5000, so diff in salaries = 5x – 4x = x = 5000 
Question 70 of 100
70. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA reduction in the price of apples enables a person to purchase 2 apples for Re 1 instead of Rs 1.50. What is the percent reduction in price of apples?
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Explanation:
50/150 * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
50/150 * 100 
Question 71 of 100
71. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeOranges are bought at the rate of 8 for Re 1 and other at the rate of 10 for Re 1. He sells the whole lot at the rate of 10 for Rs 2. Find the gain/loss per cent.
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Explanation:
10 for Rs 2 means 5 for Re 1
Formula:
Gain/loss % = [[2*8*10/(5(8+10))] – 1] * 100 = + 77% so gainIncorrect
Explanation:
10 for Rs 2 means 5 for Re 1
Formula:
Gain/loss % = [[2*8*10/(5(8+10))] – 1] * 100 = + 77% so gain 
Question 72 of 100
72. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe third proportional to (x^{2}/2y + y^{2}/2y) and (√(x^{3}+ y^{3}))
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Explanation:
The third proportional of a and b is b^2/a
So third proportional = (√(x^{3}+ y^{3}))^2 / (x^{2}/2y + y^{2}/2y)
= (x^{3}+ y^{3}) / [(x^{3}+ y^{3})/2xy]
= 2xyIncorrect
Explanation:
The third proportional of a and b is b^2/a
So third proportional = (√(x^{3}+ y^{3}))^2 / (x^{2}/2y + y^{2}/2y)
= (x^{3}+ y^{3}) / [(x^{3}+ y^{3})/2xy]
= 2xy 
Question 73 of 100
73. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA horse is tied to a post by a rope. If the horse moves along a circular path always keeping the rope stretched and describes 54 m when it has traced out 81 degrees at the centre, the approximate length of the rope is
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Explanation:
Angle is 81 degree
So 81 = ᴨ/180 * 81 = 9ᴨ/20 radians
Arc AB = 54 m
So 9ᴨ/20 = 54/r
So r ≈ 38Incorrect
Explanation:
Angle is 81 degree
So 81 = ᴨ/180 * 81 = 9ᴨ/20 radians
Arc AB = 54 m
So 9ᴨ/20 = 54/r
So r ≈ 38 
Question 74 of 100
74. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeFind value of: 96 (sin 30 + 2 cos^{2} 45 + 3 sin 30 + 4 cos^{2} 45 + ………. + 17 sin 30 + 18 cos^{2} 45)
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Explanation:
96 (sin 30 + 2 cos^{2} 45 + 3 sin 30 + 4 cos^{2} 45 + ………. + 17 sin 30 + 18 cos^{2} 45)
96 (1/2 + 2 * 1/2 + 3 * 1/2 + 4 * 1/2 +…… 17 * 1/2 + 18 * 1/2)
96 (1/2 + 1 + 3/2 + 2 + ………. 17/2 + 9)
It is an AP with a = 1/2, l = 9, and , n = 18
96 [ 18/2 (1/2 + 9)]
96*19*9/2 =Incorrect
Explanation:
96 (sin 30 + 2 cos^{2} 45 + 3 sin 30 + 4 cos^{2} 45 + ………. + 17 sin 30 + 18 cos^{2} 45)
96 (1/2 + 2 * 1/2 + 3 * 1/2 + 4 * 1/2 +…… 17 * 1/2 + 18 * 1/2)
96 (1/2 + 1 + 3/2 + 2 + ………. 17/2 + 9)
It is an AP with a = 1/2, l = 9, and , n = 18
96 [ 18/2 (1/2 + 9)]
96*19*9/2 = 
Question 75 of 100
75. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn a rhombus ABCD, one of the angles is 120 degrees. If the length of each side of ABCD is 10 cm, find the length of smaller diagonal.
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Explanation:
Let angle BAD = 120, so angle BAO = 60
We know angle AOB = 90
So angle ABO = 180 – (60+90) = 30
Now cos 30 = OB/AB
So OB = √3/2 * 10 = 5√3 cm
And so BD = 2 * 5√3 = 10√3 cm
Now sin 30 = OA/AB
So OA = 1/2 * 10 = 5 cm
And so AC = 2 * 5 = 10 cm
So smaller one is ACIncorrect
Explanation:
Let angle BAD = 120, so angle BAO = 60
We know angle AOB = 90
So angle ABO = 180 – (60+90) = 30
Now cos 30 = OB/AB
So OB = √3/2 * 10 = 5√3 cm
And so BD = 2 * 5√3 = 10√3 cm
Now sin 30 = OA/AB
So OA = 1/2 * 10 = 5 cm
And so AC = 2 * 5 = 10 cm
So smaller one is AC 
Question 76 of 100
76. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(7680): Cloze Test
Once in a while, I choose to explore a different route when I’m driving to work. I have a decent mental map of the area, and I have a (76) idea of the direction in which I am travelling, so I know I’m not going to stray too far from my intended destination. I have made some (77) discoveries about my city and seen the quirky ways in which it has grown, and had unexpected glimpses into charming old buildings that find themselves surrounded by fancy new apartment complexes. Over time, I have gained an understanding of the winding lanes — an understanding that sometimes (78) me much better than Google maps!
Much as we celebrate and encourage focus and concentration, I cannot help but be charmed by its opposite — the tendency to wander. But this is not a completely aimless wandering (although to be honest, there’s a (79) charm in that too). It is, like in my example above, about straying from a known path with the intention to finally get to a planned destination. What this takes is what I like to call a “purposeful straying”, breaking free from a structure while being mindful of where you are going, and what it might have to do with your overall objective. While one part of the mind is travelling through those (80) alleys of the imagination, the other is watching it, making note of how what you see could relate to other things.76?
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Question 77 of 100
77. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(7680): Cloze Test
Once in a while, I choose to explore a different route when I’m driving to work. I have a decent mental map of the area, and I have a (76) idea of the direction in which I am travelling, so I know I’m not going to stray too far from my intended destination. I have made some (77) discoveries about my city and seen the quirky ways in which it has grown, and had unexpected glimpses into charming old buildings that find themselves surrounded by fancy new apartment complexes. Over time, I have gained an understanding of the winding lanes — an understanding that sometimes (78) me much better than Google maps!
Much as we celebrate and encourage focus and concentration, I cannot help but be charmed by its opposite — the tendency to wander. But this is not a completely aimless wandering (although to be honest, there’s a (79) charm in that too). It is, like in my example above, about straying from a known path with the intention to finally get to a planned destination. What this takes is what I like to call a “purposeful straying”, breaking free from a structure while being mindful of where you are going, and what it might have to do with your overall objective. While one part of the mind is travelling through those (80) alleys of the imagination, the other is watching it, making note of how what you see could relate to other things.77?
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Question 78 of 100
78. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(7680): Cloze Test
Once in a while, I choose to explore a different route when I’m driving to work. I have a decent mental map of the area, and I have a (76) idea of the direction in which I am travelling, so I know I’m not going to stray too far from my intended destination. I have made some (77) discoveries about my city and seen the quirky ways in which it has grown, and had unexpected glimpses into charming old buildings that find themselves surrounded by fancy new apartment complexes. Over time, I have gained an understanding of the winding lanes — an understanding that sometimes (78) me much better than Google maps!
Much as we celebrate and encourage focus and concentration, I cannot help but be charmed by its opposite — the tendency to wander. But this is not a completely aimless wandering (although to be honest, there’s a (79) charm in that too). It is, like in my example above, about straying from a known path with the intention to finally get to a planned destination. What this takes is what I like to call a “purposeful straying”, breaking free from a structure while being mindful of where you are going, and what it might have to do with your overall objective. While one part of the mind is travelling through those (80) alleys of the imagination, the other is watching it, making note of how what you see could relate to other things.78?
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Question 79 of 100
79. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(7680): Cloze Test
Once in a while, I choose to explore a different route when I’m driving to work. I have a decent mental map of the area, and I have a (76) idea of the direction in which I am travelling, so I know I’m not going to stray too far from my intended destination. I have made some (77) discoveries about my city and seen the quirky ways in which it has grown, and had unexpected glimpses into charming old buildings that find themselves surrounded by fancy new apartment complexes. Over time, I have gained an understanding of the winding lanes — an understanding that sometimes (78) me much better than Google maps!
Much as we celebrate and encourage focus and concentration, I cannot help but be charmed by its opposite — the tendency to wander. But this is not a completely aimless wandering (although to be honest, there’s a (79) charm in that too). It is, like in my example above, about straying from a known path with the intention to finally get to a planned destination. What this takes is what I like to call a “purposeful straying”, breaking free from a structure while being mindful of where you are going, and what it might have to do with your overall objective. While one part of the mind is travelling through those (80) alleys of the imagination, the other is watching it, making note of how what you see could relate to other things.79?
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Question 80 of 100
80. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(7680): Cloze Test
Once in a while, I choose to explore a different route when I’m driving to work. I have a decent mental map of the area, and I have a (76) idea of the direction in which I am travelling, so I know I’m not going to stray too far from my intended destination. I have made some (77) discoveries about my city and seen the quirky ways in which it has grown, and had unexpected glimpses into charming old buildings that find themselves surrounded by fancy new apartment complexes. Over time, I have gained an understanding of the winding lanes — an understanding that sometimes (78) me much better than Google maps!
Much as we celebrate and encourage focus and concentration, I cannot help but be charmed by its opposite — the tendency to wander. But this is not a completely aimless wandering (although to be honest, there’s a (79) charm in that too). It is, like in my example above, about straying from a known path with the intention to finally get to a planned destination. What this takes is what I like to call a “purposeful straying”, breaking free from a structure while being mindful of where you are going, and what it might have to do with your overall objective. While one part of the mind is travelling through those (80) alleys of the imagination, the other is watching it, making note of how what you see could relate to other things.80?
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Question 81 of 100
81. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(8184): Synonyms
Indulge
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Question 82 of 100
82. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(8184): Synonyms
Ignominious
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Question 83 of 100
83. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(8184): Synonyms
Jubilant
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Question 84 of 100
84. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(8184): Synonyms
Lament
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Question 85 of 100
85. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(8587): Antonyms
Mitigate
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Question 86 of 100
86. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(8587): Antonyms
Nullify
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Question 87 of 100
87. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(8587): Antonyms
Onerous
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Question 88 of 100
88. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(8890): One word substitutes
Government by the gods
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Question 89 of 100
89. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(8890): One word substitutes
Murder of one’s children
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Question 90 of 100
90. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(8890): One word substitutes
Happening in three years
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Question 91 of 100
91. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9194): Idiom and phrases
To cut the Gordian Knot
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Question 92 of 100
92. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9194): Idiom and phrases
Bark up the wrong tree
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Question 93 of 100
93. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9194): Idiom and phrases
A smear campaign
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Question 94 of 100
94. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9194): Idiom and phrases
Throw down the gauntlet
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Question 95 of 100
95. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9597): Sentence correction
You could walk up Mount Everest with a virtual climbing expidection whose real climb has been documented using 3D cameras.
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Answer – 2 the correct spelling is expedition
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Answer – 2 the correct spelling is expedition

Question 96 of 100
96. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9597): Sentence correction
They need to have VR headsets that no longer cause eye fatigue and can be worn for longer periods of time.
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Question 97 of 100
97. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9597): Sentence correction
The integration of virtual reality with bricks and mortar businesses is now nearing fulfillment.
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Answer – 2 it should be brick instead of bricks
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Answer – 2 it should be brick instead of bricks

Question 98 of 100
98. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(98100): Fill in the blanks
Maximising its human development skills when technology is increasingly labourdisplacing needs _________ solutions.
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Question 99 of 100
99. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(98100): Fill in the blanks
If you are comfortable with working_________ a computer, you can type it out, The editing tools would make it easier.
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Question 100 of 100
100. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(98100): Fill in the blanks
Writing and publishing quality research papers in_________peer reviewed journals plays an important role in defining the success of your programme.
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